Véronique Darwin (she/her) is a fiction writer living in Toronto, where she is pursuing a Creative Writing MFA at the University of Guelph. You can find her stories in HELD Magazine, The Quarantine Review, the Black Bear Review, and forthcoming in PRISM. She publishes humor pieces in Geist, and reviews in The Fiddlehead and EVENT Magazine. Though currently working on a novel in mentorship with Sheila Heti, she also has fun experimenting with writing for the stage and screen, including Neverland: A Ski Town Musical in Rossland BC in 2019.
Content by Véronique Darwin
Is the Narrator Nothing or Everything?
BY Véronique Darwin
I didn’t come to writing school to pursue a topic, but to pursue writing, as a craft. From one sentence, I wanted to build the next. I came here to dress myself up in literature. If words were my bones, their cadence my muscle, my body’s movement would be voice, pure voice (okay, my voice).